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« on: 30 May '12 - 20:38 »
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XMPlay don't/won't save settings
I tried everything, so i guess i dont actually need your help, all i need is a xmplay.exe file
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Dotpitch
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« Reply #1 on: 30 May '12 - 21:29 »
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What exactly do you do after you've downloaded xmplay.zip? You should extract xmplay.exe to a folder and run it from there, you should not be running it directly from the zip file.
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« Reply #2 on: 31 May '12 - 09:33 »
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obvious i extract'it first
i run w7/64bit and i came to a conclusion dat the registry are mess up probably by the cause of the evil/idiotic security system of w7, i was not able to  find the ini file. he just popup with the welcome txt file each time i start
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« Reply #3 on: 31 May '12 - 10:00 »
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obvious i extract'it first
Good, where did you extract xmplay.exe to? C:\Program Files (x86)\XMPlay?
i run w7/64bit and i came to a conclusion dat the registry are mess up probably by the cause of the evil/idiotic security system of w7, i was not able to  find the ini file. he just popup with the welcome txt file each time i start
The registry has nothing to do with it, as XMPlay stores everything in xmplay.ini. Windows 7 does have tighter security, but XMPlay should work without problems.
Could you start XMPlay, open Options and stuff > Miscellaneous and tick 'Store per-user config/etc'? If you now restart XMPlay, does it retain its settings?
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« Reply #4 on: 31 May '12 - 10:00 »
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If you have installed XMPlay to the Program Files directory, it might be possible that XMPlay is not allowed to write its config file there. Be sure to enable "Store per-user config" in the "Miscellaneous" sections of the Options dialog to avoid this problem.

Edit: Dotpitch only beated me by a few seconds. =)
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« Reply #5 on: 31 May '12 - 10:38 »
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i tick 'Store per-user config/etc'? with no results but after i extract'it

to Program Files (x86) miraculosyli now he save the setings and he create

the ini file, but i get 10+ erorrs that sey msvcr90.dll/libsndfile.dll is

missing from computer wich mey by a diferent problem separetet from xmplay.
eventually you dit help me in the end, so 1000 thanks for you guys
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« Reply #6 on: 31 May '12 - 11:38 »
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Ok, that solves your missing settings.

...but i get 10+ erorrs that sey msvcr90.dll/libsndfile.dll is missing from computer wich mey by a diferent problem separetet from xmplay.
What is the exact error text? Is the error coming from XMPlay, or from a different program?
msvcr90.dll is the Microsoft Visual C Runtime, you can get it from Microsoft.
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« Reply #7 on: 31 May '12 - 12:14 »
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all problems solved, best audio player ever  Kiss
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raina
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« Reply #8 on: 1 Jun '12 - 23:34 »
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Thread of the year.
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Zarggg
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« Reply #9 on: 2 Jun '12 - 20:23 »
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I'm not even sure what the problem was or how it was fixed.
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Dotpitch
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« Reply #10 on: 13 Jun '12 - 16:44 »
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Me neither, but at least it works now Grin.
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